LACASIS, the established leader in technology-focused workshops for information professionals, invites you to participate in this practical, skills-building workshop.
Who should attend? You! If you:
- Are implementing new services
- Have users or clients with high expectations
- Want to be at the forefront of implementing and managing new technologies
- Want to acquire new, state-of-the-art skills
The New Basics: Tools You Can Use aims to show you how you can apply the new information technologies to your practice. Our speakers will present specific skills showing how new information technologies are actually being applied.
Workshop presentations include:
Our exhibitors will have their latest products, tools and services available for you to explore in our exhibitor hall. See what new offerings are available for you to improve service and manageability at your information center.
- Site License Negotiation for Electronic Publications -- Carla Owens, Director of Information and Research, Chicago Office of The Boston Consulting Group
- Negotiating Licenses for Software or Systems for Information Centers -- Pamela Cibbarelli, Cibbarelli's
- User Authentication and Authorization Technologies -- Terry Ryan, Associate University Librarian for Information Technology at UCLA
- Open Source Software and Libraries: Building the Future of Information -- Jeremy Frumkin, Metadata Librarian at the University of Arizona Library and founder of the Open Source Digital Library System
- XML-based Tools and Approaches for Preservation of Electronic Records -- Richard Marciano of the San Diego Supercomputer Center
- Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century -- Robert Horn, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University
- XML applied effectively (tentative presentation title) -- George Chitouras, Vice President of Engineering, eBusiness Technologies
Last updated September 11, 2000